When your stomach is unhappy, you get a stomachache, but when your face is unhappy, it drags you around by your tongue and makes your mouth hold a pen to write yourself an angry letter. Keep your face happy with today’s Groupon: for $85, you get a facial package for two at ProSkin Esthetics and Laser Center in St. Paul (a $170 total value). The package includes:
- Two Relaxing facials (an $85 value each)
- Two complimentary glasses of wine
Aveda-trained aestheticians restore and rejuvenate worn countenances and chase away tension with a variety of services at ProSkin Esthetics and Laser Center. A gentle cleansing washes away dirt and oil from every nook and cranny of the face, and personalized serums hydrate parched surfaces in the one-hour facial. An upper-body massage helps shoulders shrug with more mobility, and soothing kneads of the hand and arm loosen muscles and chase away tension accumulated in mitts while helping the boss complete a last-minute jigsaw puzzle. Treatments are preformed side-by-side in the same room, and duos relax as they sip glasses of wine through romantically entangled arms or imbibe it through a brought-from-home turkey baster. Pretreatment, guests wax meditative in the soothing interior, enclosed by walls dotted with artwork from local artists.
ProSkin Esthetics and Laser Center
Every staff member at ProSkin Esthetics and Laser Center boasts one of two titles: Aveda-trained aesthetician or nationally certified laser specialist. Some even tout both. Their dual skills allow the spa to offer clients both naturally derived and technologically advanced beauty services. Guests can opt to schedule a free consultation before any of these treatments, though the specialists require it before they will expose age spots, unwanted hair, or tattoos to the spa's FDA-approved lasers. Aestheticians also set a mandate with their facials—all clients will receive an upper-body, hand, and arm massage as skincare products nourish needy pores and directionally challenged skincare products nourish nearby pillowcases.